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 (lē′pĕtsk′, lyē′pyĭtsk)
A city of western Russia south-southeast of Moscow. Originally founded in the 1200s, it was rebuilt in 1707 as a metallurgical center by orders of Peter the Great.


(Russian ˈlipɪtsk)
(Placename) a city in central Russia, on the Voronezh River: steelworks. Pop: 518 000 (2005 est)


(ˈli pɛtsk)

a city in the W Russian Federation in Europe, SSE of Moscow. 465,000.
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In addition, diesel engine 1A41 family designed and manufactured since the mid-1970s of the last century in terms of the indicator process are similar to diesel engine, which is now widely exploited in the agricultural sector of Lithuania (LAZ, VMZ, VTZ-VMTZ, Lipeck TG [LTZ] ChTZ, JUMZ).
Under one approach, integrity constraints are expressed as essentially arbitrary sentences in some temporal logic [Arapis 1991; Chomicki 1995; Chomicki and Niwinski 1995; Lipeck and Saake 1987].
For instance, of the forty-three airforce officers "graduating" from the Lipeck camp in 1928, twenty became Luftwaffe generals, while a good dozen of the forty army officers from the Kama school also made it to general's rank.